Bridich: Glenallen Hill Will Be Manager CandidateHiring a manager will be the first bit of offseason business for the Colorado Rockies.
Rockies GM Bridich Will Now Get To Select His Own ManagerGeneral manager Jeff Bridich took over two years ago and will now get to select his own manager.
Rockies Cut Reyes, Likely Responsible For $39 Million He Is OwedRather than activate Jose Reyes following his domestic violence suspension, the Colorado Rockies cut the shortstop on Wednesday and almost certainly will be responsible for the $34 million remaining on his contract.
Is Walt Weiss On The Hot Seat? Rockies GM Says NoDespite three straight losing seasons, Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich says manager Walt Weiss is not on the hot seat to start 2016.
Swinging For The Fences Just Got More Difficult At Coors FieldSwinging for the fences just got a little more challenging at Coors Field, with the Colorado Rockies raising the outfield walls in two spots for the upcoming season.
Rockies Players Know They Must Start Winning To Save WeissThrough three seasons dealing with bad pitching and numerous injuries, Walt Weiss is 208-278.
Arenado Ready To Step Up To Plate And Be Leader For RockiesNolan Arenado spent some of his offseason kicking back on a beach in Mexico. A much-needed break to recharge and forget about yet another season that went south.
Rockies Bring Back Manager Walt Weiss For Another YearColorado Rockies manager Walt Weiss says he will return to the dugout next season after meeting with General Manager Jeff Bridich on Tuesday.
Weiss' Return With Rockies In Limbo After Losing SeasonNolan Arenado is stumping for his manager, Walt Weiss, to stick around next season.
With Troy Tulowitzki Traded, Could Carlos Gonzalez Be Next?Troy Tulowitzki's gone. Carlos Gonzalez may be up next. Possibly even just-acquired Jose Reyes, too.
7 Tweets Show Fans' Frustrations With Tulo Trade SituationTrade talk about Troy Tulowitzki has been a frequent topic of conversation for Rockies fans for more than a year now, but in the past week it was impossible to ignore.